Is your moggy a contender for top title?

Purr-fect pets

Cat lovers are being invited to nominate their furry friends for the biggest event in the feline year – the National Cat Awards 2020.

Run by the charity Cats Protection, the annual event celebrates the nation’s most marvellous moggies, with heart-warming tales of devotion, courage and companionship.

Entries open today (January 14) and owners have until noon on Thursday, March 12 to nominate their cat for one of five categories:

Hero Cat – Cats that save the day

Most Caring Cat – Cats that positively impact a person’s health or wellbeing

Furr-ever Friends – Tales of friendship between children and cats

Outstanding Rescue Cat – Fabulous felines adopted from animal charities

Purina® Better Together – Celebrating the special bond that has transformed and enriched the lives of both a feline and human.

Cats Protection’s awards organiser Kate Bunting said: “Cats have a unique take on life, capable of bringing a sense of calm and comfort while also being endlessly entertaining. Their sense of fun and devotion for their owners makes them much-loved pets in millions of homes.

“We’re proud to once again be hosting these awards to celebrate everything we love about cats and we can’t wait to hear about the UK’s most fabulous felines.”

The awards are sponsored by PURINA® for the ninth year and owners of the winning cats will be presented with their trophies at a star-studded daytime ceremony at London’s Savoy Hotel on Thursday, August 6.

 

The difficult task of choosing the winners will be down to a panel of celebrity cat-lovers and the overall winner – the National Cat of the Year 2020 – will inherit the title from Jeffree, a life-changing moggy from Coventry who helped teenager Finn Hackeson, who has Asperger syndrome, cope with the death of his father.

Broadcaster, writer and cat lover Andrew Collins will be one of the judges selecting the National Cat of the Year.

For further information about the awards email nationalcatawards@cats.org.uk or phone 03000 12 12 12. Anyone wishing to nominate their cat should visit www.cats.org.uk/national-cat-awards

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